Template:SX1302 LoRaWAN Gateway HAT Guide

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The examples here are based on the TTS (https://eu1.cloud.thethings.network/oauth/login The THINGS STACK) and the [https://github.com/Lora-net/sx1302_hal Semtech SX1203 libraries).
If you want to create the cloud server yourself, please refer to LoRaWan-Stack.

Hardware connection

Attach the LoRA HAT on the Raspberry Pi and set the GPS antenna in an open area where the sky is visible.

SX1302 LoRaWAN Gateway HAT 001.jpg

Install libraries

Open the terminal of the Raspberry Pi and install libraries with the following commands:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install git
cd ~/Documents/
git clone https://github.com/Lora-net/sx1302_hal.git
cd sx1302_hal
make clean all
make install
cp tools/reset_lgw.sh util_chip_id/
cp tools/reset_lgw.sh packet_forwarder/

Connect TTS

  • Sign up for a TTS account and login
  • Get the gateway EUI and add the gateway device to TTS, please choose the correct frequency according to the local area.
# get sx1302 EUI
cd ~/Documents/sx1302_hal/util_chip_id/
  • Go to the device Overview page and download the configuration file, then modify the test_conf file of sx1302_hal libraries according to the configuration file as figures
cd ~/Documents/sx1302_hal/packet_forwarder/
cp global_conf.json.sx1250.EU868 test_conf
  • Run the packet_forwarder
after running the codes, the gateway will keep connecting to the TTS
cd ~/Documents/sx1302_hal/packet_forwarder/
./lora_pkt_fwd -c test_conf